Early this morning, Son #2 arrived with his family. The eight year old boy cousins haven’t seen each other in several years and the 3 year old girl cousins had never met each other or the boy cousin.
The girls hit it off immediately this morning. They are about 5 months apart in age. The boys have been running and playing chess with each other all day.
While this has been ongoing, I decided to learn to make Ricotta cheese. . .
A gallon of milk first made into mozzarella and a second gallon into about 4 to 5 cups of Ricotta. Two balls of pasta dough made and a pound of sausage cooked and a fresh homemade lasagna assembled.
Son rolling out the noodles.
A baking and a salad and we will have dinner for 9 tonight with two new lessons learned, Ricotta and Pasta. Three products I will no longer buy. In a day or two, daughter and I will make homemade tortillas. I used to make them when Mountaingdad and I were newlyweds but with kids I switched to commercial ones. Daughter bought an 8″ cast iron tortilla press so we will make our own.
The dogs don’t know what to make of all the activity and want to be in the middle of all of the play. The girls escaped. . .
It seems safer inside the dogs cage than out.